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THE
PSALMS and HYMNS
OF DR. WAT IS

ARRANGED

According to their Subjects.

PART I.
CHRISTIAN DOCTRINES.

SECTION I. GOD'S NATURE, PERFECTIONS, and

PURPOSES.

S. 12
L. 36:13

L. 8:13

Pfalins

Met. Tune, or 36 While men grow bold in wicked C. 11:215 36 When man grows bold in fin 82 Among th' afsemblies of the 86 Among the princes, earthly Gods C. 31: 38 89 For erer thall my song record &9 Yet faith the Lord, if David's C. 11 93 Jehovah reigns he dwells in light L. 6 93 The Lord Jehovah reigns

P. 26 06 Let all the earth their voices raife P. 18: 105 i God of eternal love

'reat is the Lord, bis works of C, 17

S. 2:5

C. 30: 90
L. 13: 43

Psalms

Met. Tune, or 113 Ye that delight to serve the Lord P. 22 : 105 113 Ye servants of th’almighty king L.236:20 15 Not to ourselves, who are but L. 29: 116 115 Not to our names, thou only juft P. 16: 44 117 O all ye nations praise the Lord C. 19. 119 From all that dwell below the L.247 : 152 117 Thy name, almighty Lord S. 23: 20 139 Lord, thou hast searched and seen L. 29 139 In all my vast concerns with thee C. uí: 65 145 My God, my king, thy various L. 8.: 29 145 Long as I live, l'il bless thy 146 Praise ye the Lord, my heart 146 I'll praise my maker with my

P. 18: 22 247 Praise ye the Lord, 'tis good to L. 13: 43 Hymns

Book FIRST. 42 Adore and tremble for our God C. 24 gi To God the only wise 54 Jesus, we bless thy Father's name L. 15 56 We fing the glories of thy love, C.179 82 Shall the vile race of flesh and L. 59 96 But few among the carnal wise C. 32 117 Behold the potter and the clay L. 7 Hymns

Book SECOND. 17 Rise, rise my soul, and leave the C. 38: 42 22 Terrible God, that reign'st on L. 6 26 Lord, we are blind, we mortals L. 6 27 God, the eternal, awful name

L.171 şi Bright king of glory, dreadful

L. 8 67 Great God! how infinite art 80 O! the almighty Lord 87 How wond'rous great, how C. 93 My God, my life, my love S. 5: 94 My God, my portion and my 96 Down headlong, from their

S. 34

C. 44 : 47 S. 41 :

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C.100: 151
C. 4

C.104

C. 40

C. 33

S. 34:

Psalms

Met. Tune, OT 19 The heav'ns declare thy glory,, L. 6:150 19 I love the volumes of thy word P. 22 -33 happy nation, where the Lord P. 18

89 My never-ceasing fongs shall 105 Give thanks to God, invoke his c. 33 116 Thus the eternal Father spake L. 39 119 How shall the young secure their C. 11: 128 119 O how I love thy holy law 119 Let all the heathen writers join C. 40 119 Lord, I have made thy word my C, 19 119 Thy mercies fill the earth, O 119 Father, I bless thy gentle hand L. 109 Hymus

Book FIRST. 53 God, who in various methods

L. 36 : 46 118 The law by Moses came

9 128 Go preach my Gospel, saith the L. 43 139 How oft have sin and satan (trove L. 36: 57 Hymns

BOOK SECOND. 40 Our God! how firın his promise C. 42 : 104 60 Praise, everlasting praise be paid L. 69 Begin my tongue some heav'nly C. 38 115 High as the heav'ns above the C. 38 119 Laden with guilt, and full of 120 The Lord declares his will

9 121 The law commands, and makes L. 13 126 The Lord, descending from above C. 11 131 Let everlasting glories crown 138 This is the word of truth and 151 'Twas by an order from the 'Lord L. 15 Hymns

Book THIRD 3 The promise of my Father's love C. 11

43: 66

C. 49

S. 34:

L. 43
L. 47

SECT. IV. MAN'S APOSTACY, bis STATE by NATURE, and SINFUL WAYS, with INVITA.

TIONS to RETURN..

C. 32

C. 40

Psalms

Met. Tune, or 12 Lord if thou doft not foon appear L. 10: 15 12 Help Lord for men of virtue fail C. 30 14 Fools in their hearts believe and C.

3:: 4 50 The Lord, the judge, his churches L.116:219 51 Lord, I am vile conceived in sin L. 15: 92 51 Lord, I would spread my fore 78 O what a ftiff rebellious house C. 40 78 When Ifr'el fins; the Lord 107 Vain man, on foolish pleasures L. '8: 21 107 WhenGod provok'd with daring L. 8: 21 118 The Lord appears my helper now C. 24 Hymns

Book FIRST. 57 Backward with humble shame 85 The Lord on high proclaims 86 How should the fons of Adam's C. 31 87 Thus faith the high and lofty one C. 36 88 Life is the time to serve the 92 Shall wisdom cry aloud

$. 84:114 93 Thus faith the wisdom of the 94 Vain are the hopes the fons of c. ži 97 Bury'd in shadows of the night L. 37 98 How heavy is the night 100 Not to condemn the fons of men L. 13 107 Deceiv'd by subtle snares of hell L. 29 124 Deep in the dust before thy L. 127 Come hither, all ye weary souls L. 37

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L. 37

S. 12:. 45

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L. 50
C. 24

Hymns

BOOK Second. Met. Tune, or 24 When the great builder arch'd 90 How fad our state by nature is 128 Bless'dwith the joys ofinnocence C. 33 150 Sin has a thousand treach’rous 153 Sin, like a venomous disease 159 Great king of glory and of grace C. 42 166 Let the wild leopards of the

C. 40
C. 40.

L. 47

SECT V. CHRİST's MEDIATION, INCARNATION, DEATH, ASCENSION, INTERCES.

SION, KINGDOM, and

CHARACTER

L. 43
C. 3

Plalms

Met. Tune, or 2 Maker and soy'reign Lord S. 2: 146 2 Why did the nations join to slay C.185 8 O Lord our God how wond'rous C. 1 8 Lord, what was man when made L. 50 21 David rejoic'd in God his 22 Why has

my
God
my

foul
22 Now from the roaring lions rage Ç. 3
22 Now let our mournful songs
24 Rejoice, ye shining worlds on
40 Thus faith the Lord, your work C. 30
40 The wonders, Lord, thy love

L. 14: 102 45 My Saviour and my king 45 I'll speak the honours of my king C. 45 Now be my heart infpir'd to sing L. 13:221 A5 The king of saints how fair his L. 13:22İ 68 Lord, when thou žid'ft afcend L. 39

L. 10
L. 13

S. 5: 9

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